Monday June 30, 1913
Gallant Soldiers Are Off For Gettysburg
Proudly flaunting their flag which bore this inscription, "Battery L First Ohio Volunteer, ittle Round Top", the following gallant members of this brave old company that saw strenuous service in the Civil War, marched to the N & W depot Monday morning and left for Chillicothe, where they boarded a special on the B & O: Henry Wishon, A. T. Holcomb, Marion Temple, William Hood of Lucasville, John H. McGhee, James Miles, Abraham Doll, Charles Shaw, Harrison Massie, and Joseph Hornung. They will arrive at Gettysburg late tonight and will take part in the reunion of the blue and the gray, which is to be held on the memorable battlefield there during the next four days. Battles will be re-fought and war stories will hold the center of stage. It is an epochal reunion and it is estimated that 90,000 confederate soldiers alone will take part in the reunion. It is in the nature of a peace jubilee.